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Northern riverine forest

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Slow flowing forest duct of the Nun River basin, Niger. BAC2020 @ Daniel Czubkowski.

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A LOOK AT THE MAGNIFICENT MURCHISON FALLS

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Children living the river life in hilly Arunachal Pradesh

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GREAT BOWERBIRD - Chlamydera nuchalis

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Northern River Terrapin, Batagur baska

The northern riverine forest is a type of forest ecology most dominant along waterways in the northeastern and north-central United States and bordering areas of Canada. Key species include willow, elm, American sycamore, painted trillium, goldthread, common wood-sorrel, pink lady's-slipper, wild sarsaparilla, and cottonwood.
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